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they decided to get a search warrant and they told us the reason they got that is because they wanted to get their legal ducks in a row because the parents have a lawyer and we found out, in fact, on october 17, which was monday, police got a positive hit from a cadaver dog for a scent of a deceased human being on the floor in the room of the parents, which, of course, being deb where bradley and her husband. we are told by the reporter on scene that, in fact, the "hit" was near the bed on the floor near the bed. you recall when they went in for 17 hours over the past two days they brought in x-ray equipment to x-ray the walls and the floors and the pipes and they brought out a number of carpets and bags and, now, we know why. we have been asking all along, why in the world would you get a search warrant when you had full access to the house? to get a search warrant you need to go to a judge and give them a spoke reason why you want to go back in there. now we know that reason. cadaver dog on monday got a scent of a deceased human being. we are in the process of contacting the police and par
.com/preferred. >> gregg: hello, i'm gregg jarrett. glad are with us. >> i'm heather childers. topping the news this hour. hundreds of protestors out on the streets and some of america's biggest cities across the country angry at wall street and lack of jobs as the president prepares to hit the road again. >>> going, going, gone a lavish symbol of moammar khadafy repressive regime. >> heather: remembering the man with a moving ceremony today. >> a hurricane may have delayed this day. this is a day that would not be denied. for this day we celebrate dr. martin luther king, jr. return to the mall. >> gregg: a monument of stone honoring martin luther king, jr. transformed to a living memorial. kelly wright and joins us live. how are people describing what is certainly a historic day. >> reporter: they were saying this was a historic occasion. thousands of people coming to washington to attend the celebration of dr. king's life, dream and legacy. joyful crowd even going hand in hand as they sang "we shall overcome." a song that became the signature song during the struggle. as the song echoed throughout the
, formerly filing for the primary ballot. join us for an in depth look at the race for the white house, next sunday, 4:00 eastern hour. >>> new developments in the massive search for a missing baby girl. dozens of national guard troops are joining police and the fbi who are looking for lisa irwin in kansas city. the 10-month-old was last seen in her crib nearly two weeks ago. missouri's governor has called in the guardsmen to help cover more ground. jim spelman is in kansas city with more on the territory that they'll be encountering. jim what is the latest on this search? >> reporter: hi, fredricka. that's right. the national guard with the fbi, local police have been researching this wooded area here. just around the bend is the neighborhood where baby lisa lives, where she was last seen. that's just around there. this is the road that leads out of the neighborhood, back towards downtown or on to the freeways and all of these areas have been searched already. this pawnshop and the area around it have been searched. they wanted to be sure they could get a fresh set of eyes on it. they don't
to get the giggles because the good times go with a couple of clowns like us couple of clowns like us ♪ baby face, you've bot the cutest little baby face ♪ >> if you're seeing us right now, your tv must be on. that's good. please keep watching. >> when it comes to infants and toddlers and tv, doctors say keep them apart. dr. timothy johnson explains. >> reporter: the american academy of pediatrics rermd that children under 2 years of age watch as little tv as possible. it's an important period in the child's develop. they say activities such as playing, listening to music, and interacting with others are far more valuable in the development of a child's brain. after reviewing studies of so-called "children's educational television" they say there is significant evidence to support the current recommendations. 90% of pirnts say their children under 2 watch some form of electronic media created just for them. positive effects are still in question, the benefits of parent-child interaction have been proven. so instead of putting children in front of the tv l
this is a lack of any other leads. police it tell us they haven't made any breakthroughs on the case. they're trying to get fresh eyes on this investigation. take a look here, as you mentioned 25 national guardsmen deployed here to research this area a few blocks away from the home. these are especially trained mps, and they've been trained in it. joining fbi and local law enforcement here to just try to bring a fresh set of eyes, go through everything, make sure they haven't missed anything. here's what the national guard told us about their search. >> with the additional man power, they're able to research or search the area with like a fine tooth comb. they're able to get down in the grass, dig in the dirt, try to find any glues that helps. they're low crawling under bushes and vines. >> and here's exactly what they're talking about. take a look at this thicket. this goes on and on for probably about a half a mile around this field. this is where they've been investigating. this is an area they've cleared. you can see an old it television set, trash in here, they've gone inch by inch th
are coming home from iraq for good in a few weeks. a special good morning to the men and women watching us on the american forces network all around the world, thank you for what you do. we are going to start with herman cain this morning, under fire from his republican rivals. this time for recent comments he made about abortion. and what a platform they had to take shots at him last night. a major gathering of christian conservatives in iowa. shannon travis is in des moines. >> reporter: a big night here in des moines, iowa. the iowa faith and freedom coalition, a gathering of 1,000 iowans, many of them christian evangelicals. six presidential candidates came to court their vote. rick perry, michele bachmann, rick santorum, ron paul, newt gingrich and herman cain. herman cain was on the hot seat because of comments he made to our very own piers morgan earlier this week. he was talking about the issue of abortion. he made very clear, unequivocally, he's pro-life, but asked about what about in cases of rape or incest and his answer was interpreted by some people by leaving some room he wou
customers. >> molly, thank you so much. wee appreciate you coming up and taking the time and telling us all about it. your petition is at change.org. to give everyone the exact number of how many people you have. 204,931 people signed on to your petition. a way to take charge and make a difference. >> thank you so much? thank you, molly. >>> the bottom line on these fees the reason the banks say they're doing it new rules took effect a week ago which cap how much they can charge using a debit or credit card. they're upping fees on checking accounts to get back to even and way beyond. that's the problem. we went through the numbers and a lot analysts are crunching. only 45% of non-interest checking accounts are 43 now compared to 76% two years ago. banks have been upping fees long before the new regulations they blame now. average atm fees are at a record and have risen each of the past seven years. now, to bank of america. as we told you this week, the investment firm, credit suisse said if bank of america did as they did to molly, it would make more than it did before the regulations. it d
. dylan ratigan's here to take us forward. dylan? >> the vagaries of your opinion, sometimes, it's hard to tell where you're coming from, martin. that one was pretty clear-cut, i appreciate that. >> i'm damned with fake praise. thank you very much, dylan. >> i'll talk to you next time. the show starts right now. >>> well, good afternoon to you. nice to see you. i am dylan ratigan. it is a milestone monday for so many today. first, occupy wall street marking its one-month anniversary in occupation. more importantly, the movement has cemented itself as a worldwide aligned event. more on that a bit later. but we start off with our own milestone here at "the d.r. show," because over the weekend, we achieved our first-ever digital double. more than 200,000 of us joining in a partnership to simply get money out of politics, as a singular principle. as we've been saying, this is the beginning. our hope is that all of us will be able to join the debate on this proposed amendment and double our digital wave again and again, the 200, 400, 800, and so on, until we are massive by the conventions ne
with oxi booster for brighter whites and vibrant colors. visit us at shoutoffers.com. he grew up allowed of his silicon valley home into leading technology company now steve jobs' is dead at the age of 56 good afternoon i'm steve sanders >>off and the nancy loo we welcome our viewers watching us around america on wgn america and on the web sandra endo looks back on the life of a man who moved technology forward. >>today apple is going to reinvent the phone >>some liken steve jobs to modern-day thomas edison, despite his understated appearance he was legendary for his flair and for his showmanship >>ask yourselves what would happen if a math book and and i pad hooked up ... >>he was born in san francisco in 1955 and had 20 years old he started apple computer with a friend at his home in 10 years it grew into a $2 billion company with more than 4000 police and in 1984 apple introduced a machine that literally change lives forever the macintosh. >>people would bring them home over the weekend to work on something and sunday morning they could get their kids away from them and
. and here in the u.s., if we stop acting like ds and rs and fighting against each other and start working for the country, it would be better. it's really all about confidence. it's that simple. the economy boils down to it. it will be better than today and the american system works. that will help hiring and hiring means more taxes. there is an amazing statistic we pulled for you. 40% of the deficit will go away. that is because of increasing tax receipts. economic growth, 40% of our deficit, poof. we begin with an on the ground view of when hiring will start. we call it the strike team and told you about it last week. we will tell you about it again. it's a group of 20 ceos, investors and entrepreneurs who report what they see on the ground to us. i pick them because they want to see the economy grow. john chambers is the ceo of dow cisco systems. let's start with the big question out there. it feels like a recession to most of america. the big question is whether we go into a formal double dip. of our strike team, 70% of people said no, a recession is not inevitable right now. what do
religion and ron paul will join us live . we have new e-mails show an obama fundraiser . rangel gives anti-protestors a shout out . another grass roots movement. tea party earned nothing but his scorn. we'll ask him why. i am uma and america's news headquarters starts right now. just remember these are values, too. one of the speakers who will follow me has poisonous language that doesn't advance our cause. >> a day after his mormon came under attack from the backer of rick perry. mitt romney is warning not to let religious differences override them. he urged republican to pick a presidential nominee who has the best record on the economy. they are joining us live with more on all of the controversy. high, doug. >> good afternoon to you and interesting back and forth in the value's voters summit over the remarks by dallas pastor robert juvries in brucing governor perry called mormonism a "cult". rick perry said that the pastor hit it out of the ball park fast forward and mitt romney peeking here and he was introduced by a talk radio show host bill bennett who -- listen to his remarks. >> i
>>> good morning, america. this morning, target terror. overnight, the u.s. takes out 17 members of al qaeda in gemmen, including reportedly the son of a u.s.-born cleric, who was considered the most dangerous man in the world until the u.s. took him out three weeks ago. so, is al qaeda on the run? >>> battle on the streets. the crowds occupying wall street clash with police, as they prepare to march throughout new york, across the country, and now, around the world. huge crowds turning out today to protest the banks and corporate greed. how big can they get? >>> abc news investigates. the makers of one of the most popular birth control pills on the market is being sued. one woman alleged it put her into a coma and made her go blind. chris cuomo is on the case with a story that everyone should see. >>> and buzz kill. a starbucks exec said the whole world was just decades away from running out of coffee. how could that possibly be true? could the entire world grind to a halt? what's behind the java jitters? >>> that has to be one of the most frightening previews. it's not even hal
. these retailers know how to lure you in using music, food displays, yummy scents to make you spend more of your dollars and cents. works like a charm. how to avoid the retail traps in "today's consumer. ". >>> natalie is at the news desk with the headlines. >> good morning, matt, savannah and al. tension and arreststs at the occupy wall street protests this morning. mara, good morning. >> reporter: several several arrests and clashes with police during an impromptu celebration march, a victory against the owners of zucotti park where they've been camped out for a month, word came they would not have to evict the park for a cleaning. the park's owners would postpone the scheduled cleaning because they hoped to come to an agreement directly with the protesters. before that announcement was made this morning, up to 1,000 protesters gathered in zucotti park for an early morning rally, an attempt at eviction and attempt to silence them. the occupy wall street protesters have been camped out for a month. the city originally told them they could stay indefinitely then said they'd have to leave tempora
and solvency. we got solyndra. president obama likes to remind us of what he inherited with one glaring exception. he forgets to mention that he also inherited a aaa bond rating. but now the american people are starting to do some downgrading of their own. last november and in special elections across the country since then, americans have rejected the president's agenda. and maybe you can think back, just after an inauguration, he was on the "today" show. and he told the interviewer -- not the innovator, the interviewer, he said if he couldn't turn the economy around in three years, why he would be looking at a one-term proposition. we're here to collect. we're here to collect. the president has just unveiled his latest jobs stimulus. and he's furious that we're not enthusiastic about it. but, mr. president, we remember your last stimulus, the one you promised would hold unemployment below 8%. it ended up costing over a quarter of a million dollars for every job you said it created or saved. a quarter of a million dollars a job. and we also remember your cash for clunkers program. that
news update. we'll have more on your weather, too. join us for a full >>> good morning. here it comes. the first nor'easter of the season is taking aim, bringing snow, rain and high winds from virginia to maine. the powerful system could impact 60 million people with some areas expected to get more than a foot of snow. >>> new twist in the search for 10-month-old lisa irwin. the parents scheduled a police interview with the baby's missing brothers and one of the lawyers for the family stops working on the case. >>> and bright lights, our holiday extravaganza kicks off. amy and i look for things that go bump in the night. what did we encoter? we'll tell you this coming what did we encoter? we'll tell you this coming saturday, october 29th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a saturday morning. i'm lester holt. boo. >> and i'm amy robach. didn't work. we felt at moments maybe we weren't alone in that prison. it was dark, it was creepy. i heard things. >> it was one of those what were we thinking things going into this da
that hurt your daughter that you are not telling us? >> no, no, no. if i thought there was a chance i would say it. no, no. i don't think that alcohol changes a person enough to do something like that. >> reporter: deborah now says she last saw her daughter when she put her to bed at 6:40 p.m., not 10:30 as the family first reported. it was the first time lisa's father jeremy, an electrician, had ever worked an overnight shift making repairs at this kansas city starbucks. when jeremy got home before 4:00 in the morning he said he found the front door unlocked, several lights on and a window screen tampered with. police have tried to recreate how an abductor may have broken into the home through that window. you told us police said you failed a lie detector test. what question or questions did they say you failed? >> they said i failed when they asked me where she was. >> reporter: deborah and jeremy say they refuse to let detectives reinterview lisa's 8 and 5-year-old half-brothers. >> they said they heard noises. i don't know if that was before they went to sleep or after. i have not sat d
a minute. but first, abc's dan harris has the very latest for us from kansas city, for us. good morning, dan. >> reporter: good morning, to you. the parents of baby irwin insist they're fully cooperating with police. they say they take issue with the way they're being treated by detectives. they say investigators have tried to turn them against one another. they have accused the mother of failing a polygraph test. in the three days since their 10-month-old baby, lisa, nicknamed pumpkin pie went missing. >> we were running around the house, screaming for her. >> reporter: her parents, jeremy irwin and deborah bradley, have consistently said she disappeared in the middle of the night. >> please, bring her home. >> reporter: and they have also consistently cooperated with kansas city police. but late thursday, police announced that the parents had suddenly stopped cooperating. does that make you think, does that make the department think, they had something to do with lisa's disappearance? >> again, everything's on the table, as they've been saying for three days now. >> reporter: if they
and well-liked drive was killed when his car flew over another car and into a fence. john hendren joins us live with the latest. good morning, john. >> reporter: good morning, yunji and dan. it was supposed to be a showcase event for the struggling indy car series. but with speeds up to 225 miles an hour and a crowded field, aggressive driving was a worry from the start. drivers and indy fans called it the worst crash they had ever seen. >> cars in flames, krwreckage, carnage, terrible. >> they just crumpled and caught on fire. everybody gasped. >> it's the most horrific race i have ever seen in my life. >> reporter: then came the tragic announcement. >> indy car is very sad to announce that dan wheldon has passed away from unsurvivable injuries. >> reporter: he was trying win a share of a $5 million bonus when his car flew over another on lap 11. >> you know, one minute, you're joking around before driver intros. and the next -- dan's gone. [ "amazing grace" playing ] >> reporter: fellow drivers and fans alike mourned the loss of the two-time indianapolis 500 winner. >> i think i'm gettin
the country, the 2011 home coming parade. here's derrick ward joining us live from the route with more. derek, good morning. >> as you can see behind me, georgia avenue in front of howard university is all festooned with balloons and flags. that means only one thing this time of year here. this is time for howard's homecoming. the theme this year is prestige, the epitome of distinction, something embodied by this university, its staff and alumni. lots of folks are already lining up early to get those prime viewing spots here. we caught up with a family who was out here, i would say they were the first folks out here. displaying their bison spirit. >> i'm a howard alumni. i'm an ex-football player on the '96 championship team. we love to come back to support the new team. >> sir for you, you're alumni as well? >> i'm not. i'm the parent of two alumni, a daughter and son. >> so you play an important role in howard obviously. >> since 1989 continually, someone from my family's surname has been a student here consecutively since 1989. >> excellent. and this is just an important thing for the city
>> got a good sense of humor. thanks very much for watching. i'm wolf blitzer. join us weekdays in "the situation room" at our new time 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. every saturday and 6:00 p.m. eastern on cnn. at this time every weekend on cnn international. the news continues next on cnn. >>> hello, everyone. i'm don lemon at the cnn headquarters in atlanta. here's what is happening at this hour. we're going to start with two topics that always spark couldn't verse see, especially when they are paired together. politics and religion. at the center, mitt romney. he's got a good chance for winning the nomination for president. an influential dallas pastor has us used remarks at this week's value vote every summit to label mormonism as "a cult." >> the southern baptist convention, which is the largest protestant denonnation in the world is a cult. i think he's a good moral man but those of us who are good followers of christ should prefer a competent christian to a competent nonchristian like mitt romney. >> well, reverend jeffress leaves a huge baptist church and we should note that he also
in the trial of the accused underwear bomber. we're so glad you're with us, everybody. i'm jenna lee. >> i'm gregg jarrett in for jon scott 6 "happening now", his name is umar farouk abdulmutallab. the nigerian native representing himself in court assisted by a court-appointed attorney who will apparently deliver the opening statement. jenna? jenna: we'll talk a lot more about that later on in a legal statement we have today. the evidence is stacked high against this 24-year-old who was badly burned in a plane full of witnesses and prosecutors say he told the fbi he was working for al qaeda at the time of the attack that is the situation right now. let's get to mike tobin live outside the courthouse in detroit with the latest. we have a little bit of an idea what the prosecution has to say, mike but what about the defense? >> well, so far the defense hasn't had a very successful day. they have put in two motions trying to block some of this very compelling evidence from getting into court and both of those motions were denied. we do have an idea as far as what the prosecution is going to d
't have the hallmarks of an iranian plot who would normally use hezbollah or hamas, not a member of the zeta drug cartel and not going through a car dealer, a used car dealer down in texas who happens to have both an iranian and american passport. nonetheless, the president saying, again, there will be no dispute over what happened, this was an iranian terror plot and saying that there must be accountability for what iran has done, saying people in the iranian government were, indeed, aware. our chief white house correspondent for fox news channel, ed henry, threw out the first question to the president. he joins us now live from the white house. >> reporter: good afternoon, megyn. the president did not want to touch the question about whether or not this was an act of war by iran. he said he was going to leave that to the attorney general to let the investigation go forward, but interesting the president made very clear to me and everyone in the room and everyone around the world that, in his words, every option is on the table, including the military option. so that is out ther
are glad you're joining us for a beautiful weekend here in the bay area. boy, temperatures above normal. >> very much above normal and it's going to be gorgeous throughout the rest of the weekend. those temperatures, well, i'll tell you how much above average in just a little bit. but pretty clear outside right now. not a cloud in the sky of the shot of san francisco. this afternoon some clouds making their way back to the coastline, but pretty pleasant overall. your full forecast coming up. >> thanks, kristy. >>> the occupy wall street movement continues to grow and now new numbers show it is gaining more support from america. about 37% of americans surveyed by the associated press and gfk say they support the protests and 58% say they are angry with american politics. at the same time, though, most who support the protests do not blame president obama for the economic conditions. more than 2/3 place either a lot or almost all of the blame on former president bush. now, the occupy camps have grown into sprawling communities in two bay area cities, san francisco and oakland. down in san
by prescription drugs he was already taken. friday's testimony brought us more fireworks from the witness stand. >>> then an update on that rescue mission from antarctica. renee nicole ducur suffered a stroke in the south pole. it took weeks before they were able to get in there to get her. she's back in the states and we'll tell you how she's doing. >>> and william and kate's baby will succeed to the throne even if it's a girl. we'll have a live report from buckingham palace. >> still newlyweds and we're crowning their kids already. my goodness. >>> a storm is coming into the northeast. how bad are things going to get? nbc meteorologist bill karins is here to tell us more about it. >> good morning, lester. historic. we've never seen a storm like this that has the power to knock out power to this many people and take down this many tree limbs. i'm not concerned with the appalachians and new england. it's the valleys and the hills where the leaves are still on. if you get that heavy snow, you're the ones i'm worried about losing power during the day today. right now, as expected, most of this is
. you guys have a great weekend too. see you on monday. jon: the weekend is upon us. happy friday to you. jenna: weekend almost here. jon: i'm jon scott. jenna: hi, everybody, i'm jenna lee. we're glad you're spending a bit of your friday with us today. we're here in the fox newsroom. we have new news on the labor market the. jon: good news for at least part of the country. the unemployment rate fell in half of u.s. states last month but still not enough to pull down the nation's unemployment rate. that remains at 9.1%. that comes after the senate rejected a big piece of president obama's jobs bill. jenna: mike emanuel in washington with more on this. mike, any comment from the white house on the measures that failed in the senate last night? >> reporter: they are aggravated by one bill passing. the other one not much of a complaint. the other one upset, first-responders, $35 billion to put first-responders back to work and people back in the classrooms. the president issuing this response late last night, quote, for second time two weeks every single republican in the united states sena
many large scale attacks on u.s. troops here in kabul. one thing that has happened here in recent months the taliban are focusing much more on spectacular attacks killing afghan government officials and things like this convoy is part of a new trend that we are seeing here in afghanistan as overall violence is beginning to decrease. we're seeing more spectacular attacks. this comes after afghans are beginning to take over security responsibility across the country but already here in kabul, they are response for the security. today's attack is a deadly reminder that the tobacco still strike with violent consequences. the afghan security forces are not yet quite capable and ready to secure kabul let alone the entire country. >> gregg: coner powell, we'll check back with you, thanks. >> heather: in syria, several people are dead following a new government crackdown. security forces apparently launching a new round of raids targeting protestors, killing at least three people. just yesterday 40 others why killed in a demonstration. according to the u.n., so far some 3,000 people have
today? >> he was shocked. he was shocked. >> reporter: and his son, partnery, refused to talk with us on camera. a court date has yet to be set. live outside of the detention center, i'm jessica kartalija, wjz eyewitness news. >> what a mess, jeb jessica. -- jessica. thank you. >>> drug smugglers are getting increasingly more creative, in their attempt to get drugs into the united states. mary is in the newsroom with the surprising picture you have to see to believe. >> reporter: customs and border protection officers at dulles made the surprising discovery. take a look. cocaine-filled bedpost knobs. they arrived as part of a group of goods carried by a courier from el salvador. agents were experience suspicious and called for some of the items to be x-rayed. and that's when they found the cocaine inside the bed posts. the drug his a street value more than $17,000 and were bound for a location in new york. >> the courier was apparently unaware of what he was transporting and was sent back to el salvador. >>> a plot to assassinate the saudi arabian ambassador to the fuzz. -- to the uni
in someone else's pocket. >> it's a very worrisome. we live a lot longer than we used a lot longer than we used to, live past our earning potential. it's a worry. we'll continue to follow this together. carter evans at the nasdaq market site. that's it for "wake-up call" "american morning" begins right now. >>> good morning, i'm alina cho. the death toll in turkey is rising. at least 264 dead. many injured and rescue operations severely hampered by bitterly cold temperature. >>> day of liberation. i'm ali velshi. wild celebrations across libya as the country takes its first big steps toward a future without gadhafi on this "american morning." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning. good morning. >> good morning to you, alina. >> it's monday, october 24th. >> there's definitely something wrong with my seat. see this? >> yes, there is. >> right. >> christina and carol are off this morning. welcome to "american morning." his is a very strange seating situation but we have a lot of news to cover. we will fix that momentarily. a mounting situation in eastern tuck u turkey. a dev
the problem. it is so fixable. european leaders have to follow-through this a debt solution. and here in the u.s., if we stop acting like ds and rs and fighting against each other and start working for the country, it would be better. it's really all about confidence. it's that simple. the economy boils down to it. it will be better than today and the american system works. that will help hiring and hiring means more taxes. there is an amazing statistic we pulled for you. 40% of the deficit will go away. that is because of increasing tax receipts. economic growth, 40% of our deficit, poof. we begin with an on the ground view of when hiring will start. we call it the strike team and told you about it last week. we will tell you about it again. it's a group of 20 ceos, investors and entrepreneur s s who report what they see on the ground to us. i pick them because they want to see the economy grow. john chambers is the ceo of dow cisco systems. let's start with the big question out there. it feels like a recession to most of america. the big question is whether we go into a formal double dip. of o
but they are still searching for a second suspect. kron 4's reggie kumar tells us that the staff is rallying the community to stop the gun violence. >> reporter: the family chose not to speak on camera due to safety concerns because the second suspect lives in the area. the girl's family desperately leads help. >> reporter: she was full of life before she was shot in the knee. the girl now has to wear a full leg cast. you can see where doctors removed the bullet. she was with her sister and father when the shooting happensened. -- shooting happened. they say the 5-year-old was going to star their art program, the same week she was shot. >> she was on her way to the neighborhood store to get an ice cream when some young men were having a water balloon fight and this is the way they decided to respond to being hit by a water balloon. >> this has impacted us in a big way. in that a lot of children who used to attend our programs don't feel safe coming here. >> the family has been struggling to pay their bills ever since she was hit. >> they don't own a car. they had to rent a car when the daugh
dallas pastor has us used remarks at this week's value vote every summit to label mormonism as "a cult." >> the southern baptist convention, which is the largest protestant denonnation in the world is a cult. i think he's a good moral man but those of us who are good followers of christ should prefer a competent christian to a competent nonchristian like mitt romney. >> well, reverend jeffress leaves a huge baptist church and we should note that he also supports romney's rival, rick perry, for president. bill bennett today joined the debate, linking the minister's comments about romney and mormonism to bigotry and questioning the pastor's political wisdom. >> and i would say to pastor jeffress, you stepped on and obscured the words of perry and santorum and cain and bachmann and everyone else who has spoken here. you did rick perry no good, sir, in what you had to say. >> after romney it was perry's turn. he called for a truce in this debate but did address the speaker who would follow him and who has criticized his faith in the past. >> poisonous language does not advance our cause. i
the rest of your headlines. rescue workers in turkey using their bare hands to pull survivors from the rubble after yesterday's powerful 7.2 earthquake. the death toll is 239, expected to rise. close to 800 more are hurt and dozens of buildings were flattened in the eastern part of the country. people still trapped in those buildings, highways have caved in as well. there have been 100 aftershocks since that initial earthquake. one was a 6.0. signs of hope ringing out on the a vigil for a missing baby lisa irwin. >> ♪ amazing grace how sweet the sound ♪ >> dozens of people attended the service in kansas city in front of the home where the 11-month-old vanished. lisa's mother cried the entire time clinging by her husband's side. check out it surveillance video at this gas station surveillance video shows a man walking out of the woods near the baby's home the night she disappeared. police also investigating a suspicious dumpster fire that happened in the same area. >> 15 occupy philly protesters arrested for blocking the street in front of police headquarters. anti-corporate
's a brave kid. join us for our town hall conversation, "bullying stops here" 8:00 eastern on cnn. that's ut for "360." aaron burnett "out front starts" now. >> we're going to take you to dubai to the world's largest camel ranch. and then italy's economy. it is not doing well. that's an understatement. but we have other things on our mind, seriously. >>> and the bottom line on the banks, thousands of people have signed a petition against bank of america. we talked to the woman who started it. let's go "out front." >> hello, i'm aarerin brurn et. 200,000 people signed a petition ruling against bank of america for the new debit card fee. $5. we've been saying all weeks that the fees banks are putting on people are showing how tone deaf they are at a very bad time. the person who led the petition is 22-year-old molly catchpole. she out front tonight. she is in washington and came to talk us to. we really appreciate you coming in. >> i appreciate it. >> so you and i were talking before. you said you set up this petition just a week ago. >> one week ago. >> and what made you decide to do it? what
for us. out front, ready to take it away. you have an interview wlt donald tonight. >> as you can imagine, he doesn't mince words on what he thinks about anything. here's donald trump on leaders in america. >> we have very, very stupid leaders. they are very, very stupid people. >> as promised, he said what he thinks. coming up later and to the frontline in kansas city, missouri. almost a week before baby lisa irwin disappear and police have no suspects. the underwear bomber's trial starts tomorrow and what we have to do to fix the problems and create jobs. that actually makes the first six trading days the best in 19 years. why? the bottom shrine good news in a bailout for banks in europe. leaders are pledging to unveil a debt crisis solution for this month. governments on both sides are really at the core of the roller coaster ride and the pain we felt over the past few months. government is a big part of why stocks are down 12% from the highs earlier this year. several things need to happen and absolutely can happen to fix the problem. it is so fixable. european leaders have to follow-
doocy joins us with details. >> reporter: protocol was breached that according to he wants to know why protocol was breached and when the government went in and subordinated this loan. he says he's found it isn't just solyndra there's a pattern of these investments and he wants to stop them. >> the american people will judge the overall policy and losers this was a 500 million dollar earmark effectively, byç political appointees. something that you hear about with congress, you don't always hear about with the president. my view is my committee's jurisdiction, energy and commerce are doing great jobs, my jurisdiction to big out how it doesn't happen again. >> reporter: president obama insists his administration did their homework it was a betç. >> reporter: president obama said that at his news conference thursday that sometimes with the money they give out these things work out, sometimes they do not. the obama administration's bet on solyndra was pushed for from the inside by the department of energy officialç who use to fun raise -- to fundraise for obama in '08. >> shannon: l
, congratulations to you and your family and from all of us here on "the five," >> gregg: fox news alert. new protests inspired by occupied wall street breaking out all around. demonstrators voicing their anger debt crisis and corporate greed. i'm gregg jarrett. >> heather: and i'm healther childers. welcome to a brand-new hour. protests in nearly 1,000 cities across more than 80 countries. in rome, the knon demonstrations are violent. a group of protestors smashing windows, torching cars. black smoke you can see rising from the downtown capital. >> in london about 3,000 people storming the city's financial district before police finally moved in to make arrests. >> heather: protestors marching in germany with thousands rallying in front of the european central bank. fred burke is streaming live with some of the extreme violence. >> reporter: there were demonstrations all over but it was really rome where it was tough. when people show up with faces covered carrying bats, you have an idea it's not going to be peaceful. that was certain liquor the case today in italy as protestors smashed wind
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